Himanshi Mittal

कोरोना वायरस का सामान्य जिंदगी में प्रभाव

कोरोना वायरस का हम सभी की जिंदगी पर बहुत बड़ा प्रभाव पड़ा है। यह एक बहुत ही भयानक और गंभीर बीमारी है जिसके कारण सभी लोगों का बाहर निकलना बंद हो गया है,सभी के कार्यों पर रोक लग गई है ,हम सभी के स्कूल तक बंद हो गए हैं अर्थात जिंदगी थम सी गई है।इसके चलते पिछले वर्ष के 10वीं और 12वीं के परिणाम भी बहुत देर से आए और उनकी आगे की पढ़ाई भी बहुत देर से शुरू हो पाई। स्कूल बंद होने के कारण सरकार ने ऑनलाइन कक्षाओं के माध्यम से शिक्षा शुरू करने का निर्णय लिया परंतु इन कक्षाओं के दौरान भी किसी को भी कुछ विशेष प्रकार का लाभ नहीं हुआ।सभी की जिंदगी पर कोरोना का प्रभाव भिन्न-भिन्न तरीके से हुआ है जैसे- किसी की नौकरियां छूट गई है ,नौकरी जाने की वजह से बेरोजगारी बढ़ गई है,बच्चों का शिक्षा में कोई कोई खास रुचि नहीं रह गई है, माता पिता का पढ़ाई के लिए बोझ बढ़ गया है, व्यक्ति में शारीरिक और मानसिक तनाव पैदा हो गया है। इंसान की दिनचर्या पूरी तरह से बदल गई है ।पहले बच्चे भी 7 से 8 घंटे तक स्कूल में जाकर पढ़ाई करते थे फिर आकर घर पर थोड़ा आराम करके खेलने जाते थे परंतु अब ऐसा कुछ भी नहीं रहा ।पूरा दिन मानसिक रूप से थक जाते हैं।रात को देर से सोते हैं और सुबह देर से उठते हैं। मैं अपने अनुभव की बात करूं तो मेरी जिंदगी में भी इसका बहुत प्रभाव पड़ा है। इस वायरस की वजह से नया पाठ्यक्रम शुरू करने के लिए किताबें खरीदने में भी डर लगता था क्योंकि हमारे शहर में जिस दुकान से किताबें मिलती है वह तो पहले से ही बंद थी और जब खुली तो उनमें से कुछ दुकानदारों को यह वायरस हो गया जिसकी वजह से चार-पांच महीने बिना पुस्तकों के इंटरनेट से ही पढ़ना पड़ा ।वायरस के कारण लंबे समय तक हम किसी भी रिश्तेदार या अपनों से नहीं मिले।मेरे घर में भी मेरे चाचू की शादी को भी टालना पड़ा। हमारा घूमना भी बंद हो गया। तालाबंदी खुलने के बाद जब हमारे चाचू की शादी के बारे में घरवालों ने सोचा तब हम ज्यादा लोगों और अपने रिश्तेदारों को भी आमंत्रित नहीं कर पाए क्योंकि इसकी वजह से समारोह में भी 50 से ज्यादा व्यक्तियों की अनुमति नहीं थी। कोरोना काल के चलते पिछले साल से अब तक किसी भी त्योहार का हम भरपूर आनंद नहीं ले पाए। उन त्योहारों को हर्षोल्लास से नहीं बना पाए जैसे पहले वर्षों में मनाते थे।सभी त्योहारों पर सारे रिश्तेदार इकट्ठे होते थे।मिल-जुल कर मिठाइयां बांटकर हंसी ठिठोली करके खुशियां मनाते थे और त्योहारों का आनंद लेते थे परंतु अब ऐसा कुछ भी नहीं रहा । न तो दिवाली पर मिठाईयां बांटी ना ही कोई रिश्तेदार एकत्रित हुए। न ही जन्मदिन के शुभ अवसर पर मेरे दोस्त मेरे घर आ सके परंतु सबसे अच्छी बात जो मुझे लगी कि इस तालाबंदी के चलते एक चीज का आनंद मैं बहुत अच्छे से ले पाई जो है कि मैं पूरे परिवार के साथ हर समय रही।हम सब ने बहुत मज़े किए हमें अच्छे-अच्छे पकवान खाने को मिले हम खेल खेलते थे।2020 के अंत में हम सब ने यह प्रार्थना की कि आने वाला साल 2021 सबकी जिंदगी में कुछ न कुछ बदलाव लाए,सबको खुशियां मिले ।जब सरकार ने यह ऐलान किया कि हमारे वैज्ञानिक जल्द से जल्द वैक्सीन हमारे बीच लाने वाले हैं तब इस उम्मीद की नई किरण के चलते हमने नए साल 2021 का आगमन बड़े ही खुशियों और छोटी छोटी सी पार्टियों के साथ किया और यह सोचा कि यह साल सभी के लिए बहुत अच्छा होगा।अब जैसे कि हम सभी को पता है कि कोरोना की वैक्सीन भी आ चुकी है जल्दी ही हम सबके स्कूल भी खुल जाएंगे और हम सब अपनी पहले जैसे गतिविधियां कर पाएंगे। हम सभी अपने रिश्तेदारों से भी मिल पाएंगे अंत में बस मैं यही यही कहना चाहूंगी कि हम सब स्वस्थ रहें अपने आसपास सफाई रखें क्योंकि वैक्सीन के साथ-साथ हमें सावधानियां भी बरतनी होगी किसी भी प्रकार का कोई खतरा हमें नहीं उठाना है क्योंकि सावधानी हटी दुर्घटना घटी।

 

Mandeep Sahu

COVID 19 IMPACT

THE IMPACT OF COVID 19 WAS NOT THAT MUCH BAD BUT IF SOME HAVE GONE BAD THEN SOME GOOD THINGS HAVE ALSO HAPPENED. BAD THINGS WERE THAT I DIDN'T GET OUT OF MY HOUSE MUCH THAT WAS VERY MUCH BORING. THIS TIME I HAVE ENROLLED MYSELF IN NEW SCHOOL AND I WAS VERY MUCH EXCITED TO MEET MY NEW TEACHERS AND FRIENDS BUT THIS CORONA HAS EXPLOITED EVERYTHING. GOOD THINGS WERE THAT DURING THE LOCKDOWN MY WHOLE FAMILY SPENT TIME TOGETHER AND WE GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER BETTER THAN BEFORE. ONLY BECAUSE OF THE ONLINE CLASSES I HAVE GOT TO NEW MORE FEATURES ABOUT MY COMPUTER. SO , THE OVERALL THING IS THAT THE IMPACT WAS NEUTRAL BUT TO MUCH EXTENT I FELT VERY BORING DURING THESE TIMES.

 

Dolly

COVID 19 IMPACT

These can be difficult time for all of us during this COVID–19 pandemic from all over the world,television,social media, family and friends other sources. the most common emotion face by all is fair. according to my observation during this long lockdown in India. It was for boring because we are not going outside like garden etc.this lockdown has so many restrictions like social gathering,talk with friends now we talk about education,my school has been shut down because corona pandemic so our school has started talking online classes. So,that student don't face time during this lockdown.I am really happy that our school has taken this online classes because I am also bored at home.in home our every day will gone like a Sunday and I know that this lock down is good for our health so I have no more issues for this lockdown.

 

Samriddhi Singh

COVID 19 IMPACT

Covid-19 has created a spell of disruptions and changes that have left practically no facet of business untouched. Covid-19 is a pandemic which has ruined lives of many innocent people like the exodus of migrants, the wildlife also lost their shelter and many people had a decline in their businesses. When the lockdown started the air quality level was very good and incredible but when there was an unlock the AQI level or the air quality index got filthy. During the lockdown, the nature showed its beauty and I was able to see some peacocks in the forest near my house as it is rightly adage by Henry David Thoreau "Its not what you look at that matters, its what you see." I also got bored in the quarantine because I had nothing to do. So I searched on the net for things to do when bored and then I had a lot of things like writing journal, creating room decor etc. In this pandemic I learned that we should never be afraid of anything because if we have faith in ourselves we can tackle any problem as Dan Brown has rightly quoted that "Everything is possible for him who believes."

 

Poornima Oli

COVID 19 IMPACT

Arya Sharma

COVID-19 Impact

Sitting in a deep thought on an evening hearing the covid news I was dismayed. Thinking about, how the world has changed over night, because of an invisible organism, which has made people demanding for oxygen, liberty and peace. It toppled our lives. While I was thinking, I received a phone call from my friend asking for the online assignment which I haven’t also not completed. I was burdened. Somehow, I managed finishing it and then again very next day I received loads of homework. Online school was an absolute new experience for us in previous year, it was fun as everyone was keen but, as the time passed and we were supposed to learn online till when was a big ‘Question’ which made me frustrated. I was unable to understand many things in the online class, it became hard to cope with the subjects that I was weak in. Talking about physically it made people suffering, but, mentally it had a more darker impact. It made people undergo depression. Being one of them I purely understand how it felt. No contact with friends, no going outside, working only on online platforms made me depressed. I started losing my self confidence and was turning to be aggressive on petty things. My family was perturbed. They sensed that I am unable to cope with the situations so they counseled me. I told them everything that I was facing. They gently assisted me to do what I adore. Music heals me the most so they told me to listen music whenever I feel upset. They suggested me an effective schedule so that I can manage my school and interests simultaneously. Covid has definitely changed our lives but we should not lose hope and should always look for positive ahead.

 

Divya Bansal

COVID 19 IMPACT

Whole country had faced the worse impact of covid-19. My life also got completely changed because of covid spread. Before covid my life was like a captivated or a pet bird. Rarely I used to go out of my home for outing or ramble. I am girl child and after my father demise I am my mother’s responsibility only. Not only this some useless norms made by preservative society every second tries to snatch the limited freedom too. Before covid life was like home to school then back to home and after that home to extra classes in institutes than back to home. With lots of responsibilities I used to find my outing place in my school and institute. My friends and teachers were only there for me to talk, to have fun, to explore new exciting facts. I used to play games like volleyball, badminton etc also participated in many school level competitions like speech, debates, painting, singing also I was part of eco club. But after spread of covid I am completely like a locked prisoner. Schools are closed and can’t go to institute. Because if this issues I was almost gone in depression and loneliness. I became very lazy and I was missing my school life. My study was also sacrificing. On this all, fear from this life taking disease covid-19 plays a role of a cherry. A sword of disease always strikes our neck. But we are youth of India and its our responsibility to become idol and bring revolution. So I decided to overcome the prevailing situation and discover a new lifestyle. Now I wake up early morning, reads different novel with tea and then I do workout as yoga, then follow my passion and hobbies like cooking, painting, writing and many more. Because of covid-19 I found some hidden talents of mine like fabric painting, fashion designing etc. By all this experience I learnt a lesson that we should always be ready for changes as they enhances our hidden qualities. 

 

Maahi Thakur

COVID 19 IMPACT

Covid-19 ,the situation sometimes dropped to o and sometimes to worst.Covid-19 has destroyed lives of many people, which is countless. Let us take ans example of India;in India, in 2020, a lot of people lost their loved ones,lost their earning,lost their jobs,became homeless ;and during this period nobody was able to do anything.But after sometime, condiyion was becoming normal as a lot of helping hands emerged.not only celebrities but also normal people gave their part of what they could do. This actually shows the unitu during the cause.Donating money in PM funds or CM funds is worthless,they won't help anyone....rather donation should be done like providong food to needy, providing them with their basic needs. It impacted my life also, am a student and my school was not providing us with online classes and we all were worried that what would become of us. The boards were near and we haven't studied anything. My life was like hell. but then exams were cancelled and it gave us a relief. Then if i talk about our financial situation, we were suffering alot. As my father's business was ahowered with loss there was no income we survived us by crediting our bank balance . But for God's grace am happy that we didn't starved. But yes we did faced alot of problems. And maybe god wanted us to see every phase of life.So just don't worry do your best and leave on god the rest.

 
 

Akanksha Jamwal

COVID 19 IMPACT

From this pandemic we have learnt so many things specially value capability health equality. The most important is the value of friends family loved ones and also the value of resources I took so many things for granted but definitely I would not take these are things for granted ever we missed our friends love our loved ones family and teachers. Capability I never thought I would learn so many things by sitting at home only like cooking food. Health we have realised what is the importance of health mental and social health also. Equality this pandemic has shown us the mirror of equality we all are in the same boat because no matter what is our cast colour race or creed we all are suffering the same.

Lakshita Bagga

COVID 19 IMPACT

A story is based on a person's personal life. The experiences he or she gets all the way from their surroundings. To me as a teenager I found life full of excitement, fun, adventures and surprises. Everything was going well until one day we got holiday from school. A long vacation but not for fun, it was a pandemic, a very critical situation or you can say a phase of death which spread all over the world. All were requested to stay at their places in their homes. Many people lost their jobs, their loved ones and some lost their lives. As a student I realized that we too were getting far away from friends and school campus. The activities which were held in the school like Sports day, Annual function, Independence day, Earth day and co curricular activities were to be done through home only. The situation to work from home. At school we discussed about our work with our friends, we played together in the playground and loved to shout in the classroom in the absence of teacher but after this pandemic arrived we missed all the fun activities and naughtiness. Now the only friends left with me is my family as no social gatherings or outings are taking place. I became lazy in doing my daily routine work. Covid-19 impacted the life of everyone in a terrible way that now no person trust's one another. But I am very thankful to my mom who helped me understand things with calmness and to mg teachers too who showed us the path to explore ourselves. Under their guidance I haven't felt like we are not able to complete our studies. They kept us busy and motivated so the stress regarding the pandemic could be less. As my parents told me that this type of situation never came before but this pandemic showed us how humanity wins. Helping hands arose from everywhere seeking no boundaries. Every rich and middle class person helped the needy and poor. I wish and pray to god that this type of situation never comes again and life goes on without fear, stress and anxiety.

 
 

Sumedha Kashyap

COVID 19 IMPACT

The pandemic has opened up a Pandora’s box of mental discomfort for all of us. For me, COVID-19 has been a source of anxiety, depression and a lack of peace of mind. The uncertainty of the pandemic was a stressor which threw my balance off the charts and isolating was the cherry on top of the cake. I was filled with insecurities and self doubt which affected my personal relationships as well. Faced by this gigantic orb of uncertainty, I turned to practicing mindfulness. At my lowest point, it turned out to be my saving grace. Spending time with my own mind, alone, to rediscover my true self was healing for me. I’ve learned to embrace and cherish my time alone. I discovered new things that interest me, found passions worth pursuing. Bringing a change in the smallest of habits can be extensively helpful in the long run. Whatever media we consume throughout the day, influences our thoughts and needs to be monitored. To protect ourselves from our own thoughts, we need to prioritize our mental peace over everything else. We’re taught, from our childhood, to selflessly put other people’s needs before our own. We need to unlearn this and understand that it is okay to be selfish. If I give you a glass of water and ask you to walk around a room full of people, interacting with each and every one of them without spilling a drop, your priority will be the glass. Our mental energy is similar to that glass of water. We need to go through the day and engage with people, but our priority should always be conserving our glass of mental energy.

Dharvi

COVID 19 IMPACT

WE MIGHT THINK WE ARE DONE WITH THE PANDEMIC, BUT THE PANDEMIC IS NOT DONE WITH US" I being an intermediate student, wants to share my experience on the covid-19. The covid-19 pandemic has radically changed my life. When I used to go to school, by the end of the day I would be exhausted– mentally as well as physically and as a result, I did not have trouble falling asleep. But now, I don't get tired enough during the day so I can't sleep on time at night and then wake up late in the morning. Before I used to wake up at 7 a.m. and by 8 a.m. I was in school. Then after school I used to come back home and had a short nap, then used to do my homework and then went to play with my friends. When I came home back after playing, I used to prepare for my tests and used to pack my bag for the next day. I went to bed at around 10 p.m. but during the starting of lockdown, (4-5 months) I was not able to sleep early so used to video chat my friends until 11:00 p.m. or midnight. But now I am trying to change this habit and I am trying to sleep a bit early each day. The teachers are trying to teach in the online classes like they did in school, but still I can't say online classes are as interesting as they were with students and teachers; both mentally and physically present in front of me in the school. Now I have a bit less of homework to do, I was more active during classes, while in school there was more interaction. The activities that we had in schools cannot be replaced by the activities that we have in our online classes. In order to make online learning effective we should develop a special online programme that could be adapted to school teaching. At the same time, all the teachers and students should be familiar with using the programme. For me the hardest thing in the new reality is the new reality itself: doing nothing (at some moments) as sometimes everything in front of me turns to be boring, and the immense lack of communication with my friends in real life.... .... It is not unbearable but yes it is very difficult to live a life in this manner...... I hope that all the worse things turns to be a better one soon.... " We are in this together and- we will get through this together"

 
 

Shakshi

COVID 19 IMPACT

When you feel scared you take each and every measure to prevent that moment to happen. Exactly this happened to me and my family, when a virus named 'corona' entered into our lives. This wasn't planned so of course nobody was ready to face the crisis going on. This took us some time to adapt in the changing environment. I and my family also took measures to be safe. The only thing which is important now is our safety. Corona impacted my life in every way. In during the lockdown, I being in home discovered many ways to stay happy by myself. I did reading, I wrote journals, I drew doodles, listened to my school and apparently I found myself. Corona being called in a disadvantaged manner only , but I really found some advantageous sides of it. Corona enclosed the doors of confidence for me. Confidence which helped me to find my true self. Not only this, I also found that fun is not something which can be only achieve by chilling or hanging out with friends. Fun is something that can also be found by playing cards with siblings, doing household chores with mother, discussing general knowledge with father, enjoying monsoon together, and having ugly pictures of yourself. Every quality time I was spending with my family and myself alone was something different for me. My attitude towards me and society changed completely. Now there is nothing to be feel guilty about. All I have to do is live with safety and to live my life fullest.

Aayush Chandra

COVID 19 IMPACT

When my parents told me that we would not go outside at all because of COVID on Wednesday I was so happy that there was no school so zero work. Just relax, no teachers pestering you from 8 In the morning to 2:45 in the afternoon. I was especially happy because the next day we had RSM and I hated it because it was math and math is always annoying for me sitting down and solving long complicated equations. It turned out that staying at home for even 1 whole day is really hard because there is nothing to do. I just searched the house for toys. After a few days all the toys had been played with and were boring. Two weeks passed and finally school said that we were going to do online school. Online school was hard, especially if you aren’t very fast at typing. Online school was more boring than normal school because of how distracted you can get. Eventually online school became a habit and months had passed and it is like you are stuck in a box. After a while you go crazy and It was hard to imagine that just a few months ago COVID was just a little virus in China. After the school year had stopped summer break was there and it was so bad so hot and you can’t go to a pool because of COVID. After one year of COVID people started to go back to school slowly restaurant’s opened and slowly countries and states opened their doors. That is my experience and how COVID took more than 1 year of everyone’s life.